If the server was idle (e.g. absolutely no processes running aside from login shell and terminal and no disk access occurring) does it make sense that the filesystem would have had a problem after being improperly unmounted?
Also, how long should an 'fsck' on a 500GB partition take? It's been running for almost 12 hours now, and the latest output is still "Phase 1 - check blocks and sizes"; is something wrong or is fsck still doing its thing?
Ion-Mihai Tetcu wrote:
On Tue, 03 Feb 2004 01:09:22 -0800 Rishi Chopra <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I booted into single-user mode and ran 'fsck' - the latest output to the terminal says:
**** FILE SYSTEM MARKED CLEAN **** /dev/da0s1e Last Mounted on /usr Phase 1 - check blocks and sizes
**** FILE SYSTEM STILL DIRTY ****
Can't be only this. It should have outputted something else between Phase 1 and FILE SYSTEM STILL DIRTY.
Will fsck continue attempting to fix the filesystem? Have I suffered a total loss or is fsck still doing its thing?
Read man fsck and its see also section.
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